Bet of the day: Edinson Cavani to poach first and PSG beat Ludogorets
Coral’s bet of the day
- Cavani has 14 in as many Ligue 1 matches this season
- The Uruguayan also boasts five in the same number of CL outings
- PSG’s leading scorer had the first say last time out in Europe
- Cavani hit two against Ludogorets in the reverse
Cavani to poach first in PSG v Ludogorets
As the final round of Champions League group games gets underway, Coral present a brilliant bet of the day selection from the PSG v Ludogorets clash, featuring Edison Cavani scorer odds. What more could you want?
There is an awesome combined odd up for grabs for courageous Cavani to open scoring and PSG to beat Ludogorets Razgrad at 11/5.
So, as the French capital club go into their game as Pool A leaders, trying not to slip up with Arsenal eyeing top spot too, read on to find out why this is the wager for you…
PSG success and Cavani scorer odds a cracking combination
There are few forwards as in form across the continent as Cavani, who has stepped up to show his true colours since Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s summer departure.
With 14 goals in the same number of Ligue 1 outings this term and, more importantly for this bet of the day, five in as many Champions League appearances, the Uruguay international looks a sure thing to strike again.
Poacher Cavani drew first blood against Arsenal last time out in the CL, so looks a great shout to sniff out the opening goal at the Parc des Princes. While, the fierce South American frontman also hit two past Bulgarian boys Ludogorets in the reverse, as the Parisians ran out 3-1 winners.
On home turf PSG have not lost a match from any competition this campaign, so should have nothing to fear from their latest guests, who have not managed a single victory against any of the Ligue 1 side, Gunners or Basel yet during the group stage.
With all that in mind, backing PSG to win and Cavani to score first at that enticing 11/5 price is sensational value!
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